Consolidating two naps to one

09-Feb-2016 14:59

The Programme would commence in the next months with the organization of the training sessions for the educators who will continue with the direct implementation of the programme in the nominated elementary schools across the country.

Further Information: Conclusions: "Tehran International Conference on Cooperation against Illicit Drugs and related Organized Crime" Afghanistan Opium Survey 2016 One UNODC Concerted Approach for Europe, West and Central Asia Triangular Initiative UN General Assembly Special Session on the world drug problem 14-16 February 2017, Vienna, Austria: UNODC's Terrorism Prevention Branch organized a regional workshop for South Eastern Europe on strengthening international and regional cooperation in criminal matters related to terrorism, with a focus on foreign terrorist fighters (FTFs).Taking the Balkans route as an example, the illicit proceeds of trafficked Afghan opiates amounts to billion said the UNODC Chief.This figure exceeded not just the gross domestic product of Afghanistan, but it was also only one of the three main trafficking routes flowing out of the country. Fedotov told the audience that a UNODC report on opium grown in Afghanistan published in 2016 showed that poppy cultivation had increased by 10 per cent to 201,000 hectares.Participants exchanged experiences, challenges, lessons learned and good practices on strengthening international and regional cooperation in criminal matters related to terrorism, with a focus on FTFs.The event provided a forum to present real cases participants had dealt with in their respective jurisdictions, and to have in-depth discussions on relevant national legislation and the implementation of relevant United Nations Security Council Resolutions.

Further Information: Conclusions: "Tehran International Conference on Cooperation against Illicit Drugs and related Organized Crime" Afghanistan Opium Survey 2016 One UNODC Concerted Approach for Europe, West and Central Asia Triangular Initiative UN General Assembly Special Session on the world drug problem 14-16 February 2017, Vienna, Austria: UNODC's Terrorism Prevention Branch organized a regional workshop for South Eastern Europe on strengthening international and regional cooperation in criminal matters related to terrorism, with a focus on foreign terrorist fighters (FTFs).Taking the Balkans route as an example, the illicit proceeds of trafficked Afghan opiates amounts to billion said the UNODC Chief.This figure exceeded not just the gross domestic product of Afghanistan, but it was also only one of the three main trafficking routes flowing out of the country. Fedotov told the audience that a UNODC report on opium grown in Afghanistan published in 2016 showed that poppy cultivation had increased by 10 per cent to 201,000 hectares.Participants exchanged experiences, challenges, lessons learned and good practices on strengthening international and regional cooperation in criminal matters related to terrorism, with a focus on FTFs.The event provided a forum to present real cases participants had dealt with in their respective jurisdictions, and to have in-depth discussions on relevant national legislation and the implementation of relevant United Nations Security Council Resolutions.The event was funded by the European Union in the context of the EU-UNODC Global Initiative on Strengthening the Legal Regime against Foreign Terrorist Fighters in the Middle East, North Africa and South Eastern Europe.